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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 5, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                DECEMBER 2003 itmrr iitifc 00 COUOAR8 SPIRIT do Cougars The spirit banner in todays newspaper is essenti your fqotball playoff w tonights Inaide A tt tt fORUM OMNIPOTENT Ann Coulter opines that the Supreme Court has claimed more power than ever was intended for Page 4A 14 2 sections www High 38 1 I Details Low 29 1B since DEAft 3B CLASSIFIEDS M6 COMICS 26 CROSSWORD 28 FORUM 4A SB SPORTS 56A TV GRIDS 3B Cougars hope to harness Mules By David Rupkalvis Sports Editor When James Roger Molinet and Tanner Henk took their first varsity snaps for the Canyon football team more than two years the Cougars That loss was more times in 2001 as Canyon went After a Ir9 season the year it would have been understandable if Canyon faqs questioned whether to keep Brad Wright as But since that winless season ended two years the Cougars have gone 17 4 over two and when the team Alamo Heights have a chance to stake a claim as trie best ever football team at Canyon High School By winning three playoff games this the Cougars matched the 1998 team as region Reed now a linebacker at the University of led the 1998 The Cougars dont have this time What they do have is a team that has trusted its coaches for four years and believes in the system Wright and his assistants have put in As the Cougars practiced this said it was a lot of fun to be play ing in He said the success of his team can be felt throughout Canyon High Weve come a long and this group of seniors has come full Wright Its The students at school are excited about Winning is conta It helps the attitude of the whole Wright also said he was pleased with the support the community is giving his He specifically pointed to a sign in front of New Braunfels High School that reads Good luck Thats a classy Wright We were the same way last We wanted them to In we want them to win every game but The Cougars are heavy underdogs in the game with Alamo Wright admits his team will have to be at its best to beat the but said anyone who is counting the Cougars out could be sur Dont overlook he PLAYOFF GAME Kickoff is at at the Alamodome Tickets can be bought through 2 today at Canyon High Tickets cost for adults and for students in At the all tickets cost FRONTand CENTER the night j REBECCA up cup pj wassail to Melanle Malone Sayles were working the Howell Insurance booth at the 11th annual nursday night as Coltons Ippks Avey and 6yearold Leon Bolte gets festive with his tourists flack to downtown for fast Nicholas Sawtjay snd Sunday Old Qriiene Market Pevi Festival Z 20 and 21 Christmas Caring at Natural Bridge Caverns 9th Annual Christmas Tour of Homes 1 13 Pell Run Chnistmas W Tejos By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Thousands of bundledup families went walking in a wassail wonder land Thursday in downtpwn New They came from all over looking for Christmas and theyfoundtt at the ilth annual It brings out the community and brings them fjom a w Braunfels Fpr is a Christmas traction frprn his early years in that gags way WassaU is cerjtujjespld Christmas of apple cider and Each year dpwntown businesses offer hpmemade wassail and treats spreading hpliday Thursday 51 downtown businesses prepared wassail for the Theile and his have enjoyed touring downtown vendors since Begun in 1992 the event has become a tradition for many area The downtown tour is a holdky walk smaUtown NewBraunfips Main Plaa was lighted with rripre than lights and hundred of ribboned The sound of Christinas carols and the steam of hot wassail warmed the many visi tors walking through Its really the lights and said Kitty a oerne Its just something to get intP the Christmas She and her friends came to New See Page 3A EPA lumps Comal into Alamo city smog zone By Ron Maloney Staff Writer Whatever the solution to the San Anto nio regions air quality the Environmental Protection Agency con jayMillikin In a 3 letter to Rick EPA RegionalAdministrator Richard Greene said Guadalupe and Wilson counties would remain included with San Antonio in future planning to clean up theregionsair This past the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality recommended to Perry that air quality planning and remediation in San Antonio be confined to Bexar County because not enough data existed in the other three rural counties to prove they had an air pollution At San Antonio is the largest metropolitan area in the United States that has not been found in violation of the federal Clean Air Act although it has exceeded air pollution limits in recent Local officials negotiated an agreement with the EPA called an earlyaction com pact under which the fourcounty San Antonio Metropolitan Statistical which includes Guadalupe and Wilson are now working to develop their own plan to clean up See Page 3A Archie and Elizabeth Culpepper James and Loretta Goldsmith and Betty Ludwick Samuel and Patsy Wotipka II Joyce Ebel Peggy Send your donation 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